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Aaron Rodgers ready to hit the links again with Jerry Kelly

Posted Feb 7, 2018

Packers quarterback playing in this week's Pebble Beach Pro-Am


GREEN BAY – With his golf swing back in form after collarbone surgery, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is ready to hit the links again with PGA Tour golfer Jerry Kelly for the 2018 Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

It’s the fifth time in six years the two-time MVP quarterback has teamed with the Madison native and three-time PGA Tour winner for the event, which begins Thursday morning in California and features 156 professionals and 156 amateurs.

Rodgers and Kelly, who are paired with Kevin Streelman and Arizona receiver Larry Fitzgerald, will tee off Thursday at 10 a.m. CT on Spyglass Hill, one of three courses used for the event.

They’ll then start on the back nine of Monterey Peninsula at 11:39 a.m. CT Friday and Pebble Beach at 10:59 a.m. Saturday.

The tournament is televised on the Golf Channel Thursday, Friday and Saturday before coverage moves to CBS on Saturday (starting at 3 p.m.) and Sunday (starting at 2 p.m.).

Other celebrities participating in the event include Wayne Gretzky, Bill Murray, Josh Duhamel, Justin Verlander, Steve Young, Tony Romo, Darius Rucker, Ray Romano and Huey Lewis.



 
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